Thursday, November 23, 2006

CWF Part 2: Spicy French Onion Drumettes

This is the second in the four-part "Chicken Wing Fourplay" (CWF) series and is slightly less complex than the first. It still tastes awfully good though. I cannot recall when was the last time I actually used French onion soup powder to make French onion soup. It is however, an excellent seasoning for fried chicken and when mixed into sourcream; a great dip. After using the mid-joint to create a stuff chicken wing in the Viet-Do, the other half begged some attention. As such, I decided to create a simple and straight-forward tasty treat.

Ingredients:
1. Drumettes
2. Salt and pepper
3. Chilli powder

4. French onion soup powder
5. Rice flour
6. Soy sauce

Method:

1. Mix the drumettes with the salt, pepper, chilli powder, French onion soup powder and soy sauce
2. Leave the drumettes to marinate for an hour at least
3. Coat in a thin layer of rice flour

4. Deep-fry till crimson brown

Hint:
1. Chilli powder tends to get "burnt" very easily, so please use well thawed drumettes and a moderate heat to prevent this from happening

Sprinkle on some Japanese chilli flakes and serve hot!

D

5 comments:

Angie said...

Another drool-a-licious chic wing dish. Am looking forward to parts 3 and 4.

Anonymous said...

I used onion powder once with wings too! :) ah but yours looks more fun to try out ;)

-grace

the yUmMie dUmMieS said...

Now I know what u mean when u said french onion soup can be used as a seasoning. Definately looks good!

michie said...

Yummy!! Im a fan of chicken wings!!! and I love french onion soup!

D said...

Thanks for the kind words!